The Lakes Region Household Hazardous Waste Collections for 2021 are coming up:The Bristol HHW Day will be August 7, 8:30am-12pm, at... more ››
The rain finally stopped and the sun came out just in time for the Pop-Up Dance event in Central Square on Friday evening. Thanks to Amanda... more ››
Senator Maggie Hassan visited Bristol's historic Central Square today, meeting with town officials, local business owners, and community... more ››
The Concert with the Uncle Steve Band scheduled for Thursday, July 8th has been postponed due to rainy weather. It has been RESCHEDULED for... more ››
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Town of Bristol
Nicholas J. Coates (Nik), Town... more ››
With rainy weather in the forecast this weekend, there's a chance that the fireworks and other events will need to be postponed.The... more ››
The Bristol Water & Sewer Department has made... more ››
The Town Clerk / Tax Collector's office will be closing Wednesday June 30, 2021 at 2pm as requried for State Inventory.
Assessing / Land Use / Health Offices will be closed:Thursday, June 10 – 1:00 pm to 4:00 pmPlease accept our apologies for any... more ››
Photos from the Saturday, June 5 unveiling of the historical marker in Central Square honoring E. Maude Ferguson.
Celebrate July 4th in Bristol - there is a full weekend of great events scheduled for July 3-4:
E. Maude Ferguson of Bristol was a woman of many firsts, one of the most distinctive is first female New Hampshire State Senator. Thanks to... more ››
The Town Clerk / Tax Collector's office will be closed on Wednesday, 6/9/21 from 8:00 AM until 12:30. We are sorry for the inconvenience.
Assessing / Land Use / Health Offices will be closed:
In September 2020, the Grafton County Commissioners appointed a five-member committee consisting of Grafton County Town Administrators/... more ››
The Bristol Water Department will be flushing hydrants from MAY 2ND THROUGH MAY 31ST. You may experience a temporary pressure drop or some... more ››
Check out some of the new job openings posted. The Assessing and Land Use Offices are looking for some additional help. Great opportunities... more ››
USDA Wildlife Services works closely with the NH Fish and Game Department to mitigate human-bear conflicts throughout the state, and have ... more ››